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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 264 pages
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (October 5, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0470592508
  • ISBN-13: 978-0470592502
  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 0.9 x 9.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #781,214 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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“If you had to choose just one investment book to read this year, this could be it. … Included in “Year’s Top Investment Books” in the 2011 Stock Trader’s Almanac, Super Sectors provides useful background on ETFs, the pros/cons of each sector, basic technical tools, trading strategies, and psychology - really a masterpiece of overview of sound investing and trading with plenty to learn and review for those on all levels of expertise.
—Cliff Wachtel, FXinsights.com, November 2010

“If you have considered investing by sectors using ETFs, then Super Sectors is the book for you.”
—Stockerblog.com, October 2010

"This book provides a highly accessible and pragmatic approach to the subject of investment vehicles. For the relative newcomer to active investing, it offers several nuggets of useful information. For veteran system developers interested in further honing their trading acumen, it serves as a refresher of key concepts."
—Bruce C. Greig, Financial Analysts Journal, January 2011

From the Inside Flap

Trading in today's markets can be profitable, but in order to achieve success, you need to know where to look. Opportunities are currently available in many different sectors around the world—all you need to do is find them and put your money to work.

Nobody understands how to do this better than John Nyaradi—Publisher of Wall Street Sector Selector—and now, with Super Sectors, he reveals how you can avoid bear markets and prosper during bull markets by deploying sector rotation techniques using exchange traded funds (ETFs).

Whether you're an aspiring trader or seasoned pro, this book has what you need to succeed in the years ahead. Written in a straightforward and accessible style, it skillfully details a proven approach to identifying the hottest sectors in the world and investing in them using ETFs—all while minimizing potential risks. Along the way, Nyaradi examines how to best analyze these different sectors, such as technology, energy, and health care, and profit from the opportunities they present.

Divided into six comprehensive parts, this reliable resource:

  • Provides valuable insights into the features and benefits of various ETFs and why they're a great choice for today's active markets

  • Highlights sector trading strategies and how this style of active portfolio management can be one of the most successful you'll find

  • Discusses different types of trading systems—from the simplest for people who don't want to make trading a "job" to the most complex for professionals who constantly monitor the markets

  • Identifies five "super sectors" that will likely outperform the market due to an approaching tsunami of societal and financial change

  • Interviews well-known experts in the fields of investing, technical trading, economics, and various market sectors, who share their views about what lies ahead for investors

The "buy-and-hold" strategy of yesterday won't work in today's investment environment. Super Sectors will show you what can work, and how you can successfully implement this approach into your everyday investment endeavors.

Customer Reviews

This author poorly matched the contents of his book with the title.
MIchael Silva
In addition to introducing readers to a variety of potential mentors, the interviews provide concise insights into their decision making process and perspective.
CLIFF WACHTEL
Most books in this category are dull and overly technical, but this book is very readable.
Ronny D.

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51 of 60 people found the following review helpful By MIchael Silva on November 21, 2010
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I trade as a second job and read over 80 books about trading and investing so far in my career. if you read other books about sector rotation, like john murphy s intermarket analysis and Laidi s " currency trading and intermarket analysis " and were expecting something similar dont buy this book. is has only very superficial information about sector rotation. the rest of the book is about common sense investing rules, some trading tips and some quotes about sun tzu. they are all worthwhile for a beginner who just started trading but thats it. the chapters about 5 sector supertrends are more than obvious. who doesnt know that china is growing a lot and will consume a lot of commodities? please. I did not pay to hear that. This author poorly matched the contents of his book with the title. Other readers should be warned. If you want to know about sector rotation, and i say that because this is exactly my trading style, you should read the above mentioned books or Sam Stovall s " sector analysis" . Apart from that you have Martin Pring's newsletter and thats about it. no more worthwhile reading in the market about sector rotation. sorry for my spelling I am so pissed of because i bought this book that I am writing this review from my cell.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Steven Towns on December 1, 2010
Format: Hardcover
There is much to gain from Super Sectors if one has an open mind (investment or trading style-wise) and is willing to employ at least some discipline (risk management, capital preservation). An "open mind" is needed for the buy-and-hold (passive investor) types, as well as for those who day trade with minimal success, or who hop around from mutual fund to mutual fund (or stock to stock) after reading the latest edition of whatever magazine. In any of these cases, it's likely that little or no due diligence has been performed and outside of an all-out bull market, one has probably lost money, or perhaps made nominal gains, which will unfortunately be eaten up by commissions. With Nyaradi's most simple trading systems that he introduces, and his more robust, preferred (but still strikingly simple) 5-signal system, one should have a far greater chance of profitably entering and exiting positions. Combining this simple technical analysis with some fundamental analysis as he, I, and others do, should further increase your likelihood success. While admittedly there are parts of the book that feel redundant, that might not be the case for buy-and-old types, for instance, who should understand that there are alternative investment approaches, and in the very least, to consider capital preservation -- e.g. no need to necessarily ride a stock or fund all the way up and back down without taking some profits. In addition, for traders, rather than trade blindly or get bogged down with an overly-complex trading system that one may not adhere to anyway (this is the "discipline" factor mentioned above), traders or investors with shorter-term holding periods will benefit also from his simple explanations and his chapters on selling, risk management, psychology.Read more ›
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ronny D. on December 10, 2010
Format: Hardcover
Industry sector funds are one of the largest ETF categories yet many traders/investors have no idea how to effectively use them inside an investment portfolio. Nyaradi's book does a nice job of explaining basic strategies like sector rotation, along with determining one's financial goals and making sure the strategy matches up with that.

I found the section about trading discipline and scoring trades particularly helpful. Even if you're not an active trader there's a few good tips about order execution and how to make the most of your trades. Most books in this category are dull and overly technical, but this book is very readable.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By L. Taylor on April 28, 2013
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This book is totally written at my investing level. I feel it has something for anyone from beginner to a middle intermediate investor. My investing is now more organized, I have specific ways to pick stocks and check on them. From what he's written about, it has just opened doors for me at stockcharts.com and led me into why I would want this pick over that one. I have past experience with moderate success, but this has taken a big chunk of the mystery out of it.

I first found it as an ebook through my library, but partway through I knew I needed to get it for myself (or copy all the pages). He has lots of charts and examples and it's a lot easier to read with the actual book in hand. He's big on Point and Figure charts, which I've never known anything about. Now I feel they are adding one more level of personal confidence on every purchase. He also shows us how to score purchases with different indicators, and he's adamant about having stops in place, and to quit checking your account all the time.

In the past I've invested with long term "all data" or "ten year" charts from BigCharts.com, along with price chart patterns. He doesn't talk about that, but I've added it myself as one more scoring indicator.

It's an easy read book. Could be a little advanced if you don't know anything about the stock market, but it certainly should be one of your first books. Well worth the money.
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More About the Author

John Nyaradi is Publisher of Wall Street Sector Selector, an online newsletter specializing in exchange traded funds and sector rotation.

John's writes a weekly column for Investor's Alley, a widely read internet site, and his investment articles have appeared in many online publications including Dow Jones Market Watch, Trading Markets, Money Show, Yahoo Finance, Investors Insight, Fidelity, SeekingAlpha, ETF Daily News, iStock Analyst and many others.

He has also appeared as a guest on Fox Business News, Marketwatch.com and National Business Talk Radio. His book, "Super Sectors: How to Outsmart the Market Using Sector Rotation and ETFs," is published by John Wiley and Sons and included among the Years Top Investment Books in the 2011 Stock Trader's Almanac.

Visit the "Super Sectors" dedicated web site at www.supersectors.net

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